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Communication, Culture, and Human Rights in Africa

"The western world can learn much from this investigation into the relationship between human rights and communication taken from studies in Africa."---Katy W. Hansen, Member, Board of Directors. United Nations Association-USA: past president, National Peace Coprs Association --

"The western world can learn much from this investigation into the relationship between human rights and communication taken from studies in Africa."---Katy W. Hansen, Member, Board of Directors.

Filsafat Pengetahuan

  • ISBN 13 : 9789796927296
  • Judul : Filsafat Pengetahuan
  • Pengarang : Cecep Sumarna,  
  • Kategori : Philosophy
  • Penerbit : Remaja Rosda Kaeya
  • Klasifikasi : 121
  • Call Number : 121 CEC f
  • Bahasa : Indonesia
  • Edisi : Cet.1
  • Penaklikan : viii + 255 hlm .; 21 cm
  • Tahun : 2019
  • Halaman : 255
  • Halaman : 255
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Science, Democracy and Islam

And Other Essays

First published in 2008. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Chapter Six THE STUDY OF PHILOSOPHY PARADOXICAL as it may sound,
India, which in the past has been one of the foremost centres of philosophical
study and speculation, has in recent years tended to show a diminution of interest
in ... Many of them have been attracted to other sociological studies, particularly
economics which deals with the theory of money, perhaps in the mistaken hope
that a theoretical knowledge of money may in some way lead to its material
possession.

The Secular Outlook

In Defense of Moral and Political Secularism

The Secular Outlook: In Defense of Moral and Political Secularism shows how people can live together and overcome the challenge of religious terrorism by adopting a "secular outlook" on life and politics. Shows how secularism can answer the problem of religious terrorism Provides new perspectives on how religious minorities can be integrated into liberal democracies Reveals how secularism has gained a new political and moral significance. Also examines such topics as atheism, religious criticism and free speech

Tibi, Bassam, lm Schatten Allahs: Der Islam und die Menschenrechte [In the
Shadow of Allah: Islam and Human Rights], Ullstein, Dusseldorf 2003. Tibi,
Bassam, Political Islam, World Politics and Europe: Democratic Peace and Euro-
Islam versus Global Jihad, Routledge, London 2008. Tibi, Bassam, Euro-Islam:
Die Losung eines Zivilisationskonfliktes [Euro-Islam: The Solution to a Conflict of
Civilizations], Primus Verlag, Darmstadt 2009. Tilghman, B.R., An Introduction to
the ...

The Philosophy of Sherlock Holmes

Arguably the most famous and recognized detective in history, Sherlock Holmes is considered by many to be the first pop icon of the modern age. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's fictional detective has stood as a unique figure for more than a century with his reliance on logical rigor, his analytic precision, and his disregard of social mores. A true classic, the Sherlock Holmes character continues to entertain twenty-first-century audiences on the page, stage, and screen. In The Philosophy of Sherlock Holmes, a team of leading scholars use the beloved character as a window into the quandaries of existence, from questions of reality to the search for knowledge. The essays explore the sleuth's role in revealing some of the world's most fundamental philosophical issues, discussing subjects such as the nature of deception, the lessons enemies can teach us, Holmes's own potential for criminality, and the detective's unique but effective style of inductive reasoning. Emphasizing the philosophical debates raised by generations of devoted fans, this intriguing volume will be of interest to philosophers and Holmes enthusiasts alike.

The “Great Hiatus” is the term used by Holmes scholars to refer to the period of
time between Holmes's tumble off of Reichenbach Falls in the “Adventure of the
Final Problem” and his resurfacing three years later (in the chronology of Doyle's
stories) in “The Adventure of the Empty House.” During those three years,
Holmes was presumed dead and had gone deep undercover to trap all of
Moriarty's lieutenants. By the end of that story, he had succeeded in arresting the
last member of ...

Sherlock Holmes and Philosophy

The Footprints of a Gigantic Mind

This entertaining collection of essays shows that Sherlock Holmes sees things others don’t. He sees the world in a different way, and by so doing, allows us to see that same world – and human behavior – in different ways as well. Oh, sure, there have been countless detectives who have followed in his footsteps and who seem to rival his abilities. Just turn on the TV or browse the local bookshop and you’ll find idiosyncratic super sleuths using forensics and reasoning to solve a whole host of crimes and misdeeds. And yet no one rivals our dear, dear Holmes. Why does Sherlock reign, even more than a century later, as king? Can this mystery be solved? Unable to reach either Holmes or Watson (or Doyle for that matter, though we’ve tried every medium we can think of), we’ve been forced to gather our own team of investigators to practice their powers of observation and perception, to apply their own reasoning and methodologies to the task at hand. The results, I fear, have led us to a number of cases that must be solved first. Is Holmes simply eccentric or a sociopath? Is he human or something from the holodeck? Is he as dangerous on the page as he is in person? Wait – does he even exist? For that matter, do you? (I fear several investigators have been forced to take a much needed holiday after wrestling with that one.) What is the source of his faculty of observation and facility for deduction? Systematic training as Watson surmises? Genetic? Or is he just really lucky? And is this whole logic thing compatible with emotions? Are Holmes and Watson good friends or soul mates? Just what is the nature of friendship? Do they complete each other or just get on each other’s nerves? And why all the secrecy? Disguises? Deceptions? The plot thickens. What is the essence of consciousness? Is the observable world subject to our intentions? Why does Holmes debunk mysticism when Doyle so readily embraces it? Why is Holmes our favorite drug user? Our notebooks are filled with clues and, dare I say, answers. Is there more than one way to define the concept, justice? Is hope necessary in the world? Is boredom? Play? Can any thing really be understood? Objectively? And just what is the last unresolved mystery involving Sherlock Holmes? The game that's afoot isn't just the thing being pursued but the fun to be had as well.

When Holmes helps school chum Reginald find the missing butler Brunton, he
also recovers the sacred crown of Charles II. For more than two hundred years,
none of the noble Musgraves has understood the family Ritual—and yet Holmes
deciphers it in short order. Only Holmes recognizes the “battered and shapeless
diadem” as fragments of the ancient crown. And only Holmes, of all the nobility in
England, can metaphorically put the crown back together—as if, like Excalibur, it
were ...